Monthly Archives: May 2014

Oscar the Chook

Last weekend I took a rooster up to Watervale. Lynne, a friend from there, keeps chooks, and had bought a rooster from someone in Adelaide, and as I was going up to see dad, it made sense for me to … Continue reading

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The curlicues of influence

I have been thinking about how much we all influence each other. What we say and how we are with each other can have a really big impact on our daily lives, and our lives are built, after all, day by day. I think … Continue reading

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Underwater world

Shelley took some great snaps of the underwater world of the beach when she went over to the peninsula at Easter time. I have included a few of her pictures here. It makes me think about how much is going … Continue reading

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Thinking of mothers and non-mothers

  God be with the mother. As she carried her child may she carry her soul. As her child was born, may she give birth and life and form to her own, higher truth. As she nourished and protected her child, may she nourish … Continue reading

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Cleaning out the office 3 – The First Annual Late Autumn Awards

I found a couple of pages of handwritten notes when I was cleaning out the office a while back. They were written many years ago by Heather, another staff member from back in the day. We had a brainstorm some … Continue reading

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Shelley’s Warm Bollards

The following post, written by Shelley and with her pictures too is a follow up of an earlier one called ‘Community building as a knitting project’, written in September last year. It is fantastic to see how far the project has come, and how … Continue reading

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